Scott McJannet’s practice includes public finance and municipal law, chiefly focused on bond counsel and underwriter's counsel work.
He has experience in structuring and executing a variety of public finance transactions, including general obligation bond issues, revenue and assessment bond issues, lease financings, and industrial development bonds. Scott has experience in a wide range of the firm’s representations as bond counsel, underwriter’s counsel, and borrower’s counsel. He has experience in drafting election proceedings, advising on federal tax questions, analyzing statutory and regulatory issues, drafting legislation, managing Freedom of Information Act requests and public disclosure laws, analysis of Blue Sky securities laws, and drafting opinions of counsel.
Scott has worked with a wide variety of the firm’s municipal clients in Washington, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, California, and Florida; including cities, counties, boroughs, school districts, port districts, public utility districts, and other special districts.
Scott also practices in the area of education law, as well as corporate and litigation work. With the education practice group, Scott works with a variety of school districts, special purpose districts, and municipal clients on public policy issues. He has experience in drafting legislation, interlocal agreements, and local ordinances.
Scott was a summer associate at K&L Gates in 2008, and interned for The Bronx Defenders in 2007. Prior to joining K&L Gates, he was the Information Technology Director for Verity Credit Union, as well as serving as an engineering and program manager for DHL and several Seattle technology start-ups implementing mobile and Internet solutions for clients including Microsoft, BP, Frank Russell Company, McKinstry, Nortel Networks, and others.
- National Association of Bond Lawyers
- King County Bar Association